I ran across this song on New Year’s Day. It is a beautiful song (written by Canadian singer songwriter Alana Levandoski) about the things we want to let go of and the things we want to hold on to as another year begins. It is thoughtful, moving, melancholy, and (depending on how you’re starting this year) maybe a bit scary.
This year, like every year, will bring change for us all– change we may or may not be able to predict or control.
Change is natural. Time and change turn beautiful, helpless babies into capable, confident adults.
Despite all of the natural changes we experiences throughout our life, change can be off-putting, nerve-wracking. Change can turn our lives upside down — for good or for ill. And yet, change will come most certainly.
So, what better way to start 2018 than to take some time to learn about how to manage, process, and cope with the changes we all experience in life?
Wednesday, January 17 from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the Manluk Centre, Storybrook Therapy (sponsored by FCSS Wetaskiwin) will be offering a two-hour seminar on how to cope with change and transitions in life. Whether due to death, divorce, illness, aging, job change, moving, or other loss, there will be lots to learn. We will look at how change influences us and others, and discuss ways to cope, manage, grow and possibly even thrive through the changes of life.
To register for this evening seminar, please call FCSS at 780-361-4425.
We hope you will join us and that you will look to this new year with hope.